Bittersweet An Easy Vine To Grow and A Crafters Favorite

This is a guide about growing bittersweet. Bittersweet is an easy to grow vine known for its beautiful fall color.

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Bittersweet Vines Wrap Around a Glass Jar to Create a Floating Candle Centerpiece

All about Lithodora, an evergreen perennial with intense blue flowers... easy to grow, too!

inspiration-bittersweet in art so I can enjoy it without the little balls dropping all over my house

How to harvest seeds for your flower garden. It is easy, but you got to follow some rules.

The Best Perennial Vines for Your Garden - Native American Bittersweet / Is a fall bloomer


How to grow American Bittersweet.

The 'Magnus' Purple Coneflower attracts butterflies and can stand up to heat. More perennials for your garden:

bittersweet wreaths or sprigs |

Amsonia A tough, but sadly underused perennial, amsonia produces clusters of sky-blue flowers in late spring. It's not just a one-season wonder, though. In autumn, its foliage turns brilliant shades of gold -- enough to rival many of the trees when they put on their fall finery. Name: Amsonia tabernaemontana Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 2 feet tall I want some of this for the front yard!

Carolina Jasmine Plant: 'Margarita' extends the hardiness range of this indescribably fragrant vine all the way through zone 6 and into zone 5, bringing the joy of evergreen foliage, abundant yellow blossoms, and easy-care habit to thousands of gardeners never before able to grow it!

Perennial favorite 'Golden' Creeping Jenny is a beautiful ground cover for contrast and so easy to grow.

The gingko tree puts on a spectacular yellow show in fall. With an umbrella shape and fan-shaped leaves, gingkos can grow up to 80 feet tall in zones 4-9. | Photo: Mark Turner |

May Night Salvia - can you tell I love a purple garden??

tips for growing bittersweet {to use in autumn decor} :: via garden guides/ while this is a photo of bittersweet, when going to the link, a photo of pyracantha is shown. Not the same plant.

English Ivy

For back fence…Limelight hydrangeas. They grow up to 8 ft tall, can grow in full sun or shade and can tolerate dry soil. Beautiful!